Cardinals Vs. Chiefs Injury Update: Kevin Kolb Expected To Play, Ryan Williams Might, Paris Lenon Will Not

With the preseason game between the Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs about to start, some injury information has been made a little more clear. Per the team's media relations department, John Skelton is going to start (already known) and that Kevin Kolb has dressed for the game "and is expected to play."

Kolb injured his ribs in the preseason contest on Sunday against the Saints and was limited in practice. Coach Ken Whsenhunt has said all along he expects Kolb to play.

Running backs Beanie Wells and Ryan Williams also dressed for the game. Beanie is not expected to play, but Williams will warm up and see how he feels.

Also, inside linebacker Paris Lenon is not dressed. He suffered an ankle injury against New Orleans. Stewart Bradley will start in his place.

WR Stephen Williams, who sat out last game because of a hamstring injury, appears to be set to play.

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